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How FDA and Industry Aim to Find and Eliminate Drug Recalls' Root Causes

This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet

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Rooting out recalls: FDA to inspect for common causes of recalls identified in ongoing study. Findings on subpotency and B. cepacia shared. Consultant offers process for root cause analysis.

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